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Get Hands-on Practice for the Network+ Exam

Prepare for the Network+ Certification exam by working on real-world projects. This lab manual is packed with 40+ hands-on exercises focusing on networking concepts, along with step-by-step instructions. Inside, you'll find practical advice and detailed guidelines for working with major networking components, protocols, and connections. Challenging practice questions...

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Overview

Get Hands-on Practice for the Network+ Exam

Prepare for the Network+ Certification exam by working on real-world projects. This lab manual is packed with 40+ hands-on exercises focusing on networking concepts, along with step-by-step instructions. Inside, you'll find practical advice and detailed guidelines for working with major networking components, protocols, and connections. Challenging practice questions confirm what you've learned.

The practice labs cover all the material found on the Network+ exam, including how to:

  • Design a network using the OSI
  • Establish network connectivity
  • Design an Ethernet Collision Domain
  • Understand Token Ring networks
  • Install an Ethernet NIC
  • Plan an installation of a physical network and pull cabling
  • Add the NetBEUI protocol
  • Set the IPX/SPX frame type
  • Configure TCP/IP
  • Analyze the Microsoft Windows Network Operating Systems, Novell NetWare, and Linux
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072195224
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/20/2002
  • Series: All-in-One Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Meet the Author

Catherine Creary is a certified network trainer and educational consultant. She has designed and written online courses for Digital Think, including a course on Microsoft Windows 2000 Configuring, Supporting, and Extending Remote Access. Catherine holds a degree in Education.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments XI
Introduction xii
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
Learning About Life on the Job 2
Lab 1.01 Seeing Your Future 4
Solution 6
Chapter 2 Networking Fundamentals 7
Lab 2.01 Examining the History of Networking 8
Lab 2.02 Designing a Network 10
Lab 2.03 Sharing Network Resources 12
Solutions 17
Chapter 3 Building a Network with OSI 21
Lab 3.01 Utilizing the Network Hardware 22
Lab 3.02 Understanding the Data Delivery Process 25
Lab 3.03 Examining the OSI Layers 27
Solutions 32
Chapter 4 Hardware Concepts 37
Lab 4.01 Understanding Network Topologies 38
Lab 4.02 Examining and Comparing Cabling 41
Lab 4.03 Establishing Network Connectivity 43
Lab Analysis 45
Solutions 48
Chapter 5 Ethernet Basics 53
Lab 5.01 Examining Ethernet Technology 54
Lab 5.02 Analyzing Ethernet Cabling Specifications 56
Lab 5.03 Comparing Hardware Devices on an Ethernet Network 58
Solutions 63
Chapter 6 Modern Ethernet 67
Lab 6.01 Examining 10-Base-T Networks 68
Lab 6.02 Designing an Ethernet Collision Domain 71
Lab 6.03 Analyzing High-Speed Ethernet Options 73
Solutions 77
Chapter 7 Non-Ethernet Networks 81
Lab 7.01 Understanding Token Ring Networks 82
Lab 7.02 Comparing Non-Ethernet Networks 84
Solutions 89
Chapter 8 NICs 93
Lab 8.01 Recognizing Network Interface Cards 94
Lab 8.02 Installing an Ethernet NIC 99
Solutions 104
Chapter 9 Structured Cabling 109
Lab 9.01 Examining Horizontal Cabling 110
Lab 9.02 Comparing Cabling Equipment 113
Solutions 118
Chapter 10 Dealing with the Physical 121
Lab 10.01 Planning an Installation of a Physical Network 122
Lab 10.02 Pulling Cabling 124
Solutions 129
Chapter 11 Protocols 133
Lab 11.01 Adding the NetBEUI Protocol 134
Lab 11.02 Setting the IPX/SPX Frame Type 138
Solutions 143
Chapter 12 TCP/IP 147
Lab 12.01 Examining Binary and Decimal IP Addresses 148
Lab 12.02 Understanding Subnet Masks 152
Lab 12.03 Configuring TCP/IP 154
Lab 12.04 Identifying TCP Ports 156
Solutions 161
Chapter 13 Network Operating Systems 167
Lab 13.01 Comparing Microsoft Windows Network Operating Systems 168
Lab 13.02 Analyzing Novell NetWare Versions 171
Lab 13.03 Examining the Linux Operating System 173
Solutions 178
Chapter 14 Resources 185
Lab 14.01 Sharing and Accessing a Folder with Windows 2000 186
Lab 14.02 Understanding NTFS Permissions 189
Lab 14.03 Sharing a Printer 191
Solutions 196
Chapter 15 Going Large with TCP/IP 211
Lab 15.01 Examining Host Name Resolution 212
Lab 15.02 Configuring a DHCP Server 214
Lab 15.03 Understanding WINS 216
Solutions 222
Chapter 16 TCP/IP and the Internet 233
Lab 16.01 Understanding Routers 234
Lab 16.02 Comparing Proxy Servers and NAT 236
Solution 241
Chapter 17 Remote Connectivity 245
Lab 17.01 Comparing Hardware Types 246
Lab 17.02 Planning for an Implementation of a Remote Access Server and Clients 249
Lab 17.03 Configuring Remote Access on a Server 251
Solutions 256
Chapter 18 Protecting Your Network 263
Lab 18.01 Protecting a Network from External Threats 264
Lab 18.02 Configuring a Windows 2000 Local Security Policy 266
Lab 18.03 Comparing Authentication and Encryption Protocols 268
Solutions 274
Chapter 19 Interconnecting NOSs 281
Lab 19.01 Interconnecting Different NOSs 282
Solution 288
Chapter 20 The Perfect Server 291
Lab 20.01 Examining System Resources 292
Lab 20.02 Comparing Fault Tolerance Solutions 295
Solutions 300
Chapter 21 Zen and the Art of Network Support 305
Lab 21.01 Using the Windows 2000 Performance Console 306
Lab 21.02 Comparing Backup Strategies 309
Solutions 314
Index 321
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2002

    Helped me understand and pass the exam!

    I bought this book with the Network+ All-in-One Certification Guide and with the two of them, I was able to learn the facts, practice the configuration and administration, and succeed in understanding all the topics enough to not have to worry about the exam. This particular Lab Manual asks you questions, gives you quizzes, in addition to the hands-on labs. I thought it was a great addition to the Guide. I'd definitely recommend this book. It covers all topics on the new Network+ exam.

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